Keep It Simple

A perfect design is an enemy of a good design. Often, designers striving for a perfect design may end-up with no design at all due to schedule and cost overruns. A simple design may not provide best solution to a given problem but it would probably have the best chance of meeting the schedule and cost constraints with acceptable quality. Also, a simple design is easier to implement, maintain and enhance.

It is better to start with a simple design, making reasonable and rational compromises during the design phase. This will save you from making unreasonable compromises in quality when faced with looming product delivery dates.

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